FILE - In this Sept. 16, 2012 file photo, an anti-Japan protester throws an egg towards the Japanese Embassy near a portrait of the late Communist leader Mao Zedong as a crowd of protesters march in Beijing, China. The face of dissatisfaction with China’s Communist Party is the face of the man synonymous with it: Mao Zedong. Portraits of the revolutionary leader, hoisted by people born after his death 36 years ago, often led packs of demonstrators in protests over Japan’s effort last week to bolster its hold on islands claimed by China. (AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan, File)

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FILE - In this Sept. 16, 2012 file photo, an anti-Japan protester throws an egg towards the Japanese Embassy near a portrait of the late Communist leader Mao Zedong as a crowd of protesters march in Beijing, China. The face of dissatisfaction with China’s Communist Party is the face of the man synonymous with it: Mao Zedong.  Portraits of the revolutionary leader, hoisted by people born after his death 36 years ago, often led packs of demonstrators in protests over Japan’s effort last week to bolster its hold on islands claimed by China.   (AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan, File)
FILE - In this Sept. 16, 2012 file photo, an anti-Japan protester throws an egg towards the Japanese Embassy near a portrait of the late Communist leader Mao Zedong as a crowd of protesters march in Beijing, China. The face of dissatisfaction with China’s Communist Party is the face of the man synonymous with it: Mao Zedong. Portraits of the revolutionary leader, hoisted by people born after his death 36 years ago, often led packs of demonstrators in protests over Japan’s effort last week to bolster its hold on islands claimed by China. (AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan, File)
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